Halloween exhibition

Hello friends!

When I first started experimenting with surreal photography I was struggling with a mental illness and my work was a form of therapy for me. It allowed me to reflect the scary and dark emotions that I found difficult to explain in words. As a result of the suffering, my personal work went through some dark times with me, it was like a friend who I could turn to when nothing else helped.

I did genuinely enjoy creating creepy work, and I drew inspiration from supernatural horror films and TV shows. My favourites were ‘The walking dead’, ‘the exorcist’ and, although not a horror film, ‘the nightmare before christmas’. (‘This is halloween’ became my theme tune for October)

One of my lovely friends (Thanks Lisa!) recently tagged me in a post to apply to exhibit at ‘The hare and hounds’ pub for their Halloween exhibition and of course I applied straight away with some of my darkest work.

So the conclusion of this post is that I am pleased to announce that I have 3 pieces of my personal work currently up at the Hare and Hounds pub on London rd in Brighton. All 3 pieces are available to buy, frames included!

If you fancy a creepy exhibition, a drink and maybe some super tasty Mexican food then head down to the Hare and Hounds.

The photos

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‘Possessed’ – I may have watched too much of the exorcist.


This is last year’s teaser poster for ‘Candyoween town’ which will be on display at the Hare and Hounds.


You can check out the Hare and Hounds information here.

I’m also planning another spooky shoot for this years halloween…

Until then,

Becky x